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1answer
90 views

Telling users to avoid a setting

Say, I have an application with some advanced settings, which can be used for granular control over the application's behaviour. Most of these options are placed under a section called "Advanced". ...
7
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5answers
163 views

How best to draw the users to a potential issue in the data they have entered

I have a form where the user can update project information. A project is linked to an organisation, and an organisation has license(s) - which has an expiry date. When updating the project, if the ...
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6answers
1k views

Deliberately annoying users to discourage certain behaviour. Is this a bad idea?

In my software, some users deliberately disable certain security provisions or practice bad security practice (such as running the software as root/admin). In the former case there a couple of ...
3
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2answers
127 views

Is it a good idea to show a warning to users who are typing tags incorrectly?

On our site, we have a tag field that looks like the following: Today, while looking at some of our users interacting with the site, I noticed that one of them had used only spaces to separate ...
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4answers
529 views

Which case is good UX? A Peugeot VS BMW Story [closed]

This question applies to a different product than most UX designers are used to discuss: cars. Long story short, in my short 7 year driving experience I've be mostly driving two cars: a 2005 Peugeot ...